It is a key role for ANZACT to help our members to develop concepts into successful funding applications. Our workshops provide access to expertise through peer review and consumer input.
They also provide opportunities for networking, for establishing collaborative relationships, and for early career researchers to meet the leaders in their field.
To find out more contact our Executive Officer, Julia Fallon-Ferguson (email@example.com or 08 9266 3067)
Five projects were presented at our Virtual Peer Review Workshop on 4th August, 2021. Feedback was really positive, and we sincerely thank our Chair and Reviewers – Steve Nicholls, Anushka Patel, Derek Chew, Ralph Stewart, Steve Webb and Tom Briffa. Best wishes for a successful outcome to all our Presenters!
“That was without doubt the most stimulating, interesting and informative session I have been to for a long time…”
Program available here
The COVID-19 pandemic forced us into new ways of doing things so instead of our usual F2F one-day meeting we held x2 two-hour virtual sessions. Each virtual workshop was attended by ~30 participants, including presenters, subject matter experts, and committee members, including our consumers.
Programs available here: Thursday & Friday
23rd October 2019
South Australian Health & Medical Research Institute, Adelaide, SA
Program available here
Special Guest Presentation:
Prof Matthew Roe, Duke Clinical Research Institute, USA
Matthew Roe, MD, is a Professor of Medicine and Senior Investigator at the Duke Clinical Research Institute. His clinical
activities cover the spectrum of general, preventative and acute care cardiology. His inpatient interests are the management of
patients with acute myocardial infarction and cardiogenic shock. In the outpatient clinic he has a particular interest in
cardiovascular risk factor modification and long-term treatment strategies. His research activities focus on the coordination and
leadership of randomised clinical trials evaluating new therapies for a variety of cardiovascular conditions (acute myocardial
infarction, hyperlipidemia, coronary stent placement, peripheral arterial disease, coronary artery disease) as well as
observational registries that evaluate these disease conditions.
Presentation available here
10th April 2019